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Dr. David Kahana MD is board certified in Pediatrics and Gastroenterology through the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP), as well as Medical Nutrition.
You may be shocked to hear this, but some of the so-called health foods that you've been eating for years may actually be bad for your digestive system. In fact, they could be causing painful gas and inconsistent bowel movements, or even affecting your sleep, stress level, and mood. If you're experiencing bloating, gassiness, lack of energy and frequent bad mood, you may be suffering from a compromised digestive system. Sadly, you're not alone. Millions of Americans are dealing with digestive discomfort right now.
Over the long term, these issues could lead to more serious health conditions, so if you're experiencing any of them, I urge you to grab a pen and paper and take notes. In this short video, I'm going to expose 3 common foods that you probably think are healthy, but may actually be the cause of your digestive and general health issues. The first is probably the most surprising for my patients.
I'll also explain the secret that will allow you to continue enjoying the foods you love, at least in moderation. I discovered it years ago and have been using it successfully to help offset a lot of digestive problems for my patients, from heartburn and abdominal pain, to bloating, gassiness, constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome or IBS, and even colitis.
What I'm about to share with you is the future of medicine. I've already helped thousands of patients using this secret, and later will be sharing some case studies with you from those patients.Go back to video
First, as I said before, this isn't your fault. In fact, new research has begun telling us that the food we thought was perfectly good for us actually isn't. This food is probably in your weekly or even daily diet right now, and it can cause incredible damage to more than just your digestive health. I'll get to the top culprits in a minute, but first, I'd like to tell you a little about myself.My name is Dr. David Kahana. I'm a board-certified gastroenterologist who has treated thousands of patients from all over the world.
I am board certified in Pediatrics and Gastroenterology through the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) and have an additional Board certification in Medical Nutrition through the National Board of Physician Nutrition Specialists. I'm a fellow of the American College of Gastroenterology, the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & Nutrition, the American Society of Nutrition, among others, and currently sit on the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Pediatric Society.
I trained in Chicago, Israel, Minnesota, and completed my specialty fellowship at UCLA, where I was also faculty for several years before opening my Center for Digestive Health & Nutritional Excellence in 2011.
I've been published in peer-reviewed journals and have written for multiple medical textbooks. I also serve on national committees for nutrition and inflammatory bowel disease and run a colon cancer prevention program for the Los Angeles County.Go back to video
Surprisingly, doctors aren't required to have nutritional training, but I believe strongly in the power of proper nutrition to treat most medical conditions. I want to be able to provide my patients with a comprehensive insight of how their bodies work and how they are fueled. After all, it's true that you are what you eat, so we need to understand that what we put in our bodies affects how we feel every day.
I was initially inspired to pursue a career in medicine as a child. When I was 12 years old, my older brother got extremely sick with a nasty gastrointestinal disease called ulcerative colitis or UC. My attempt to understand my brother's illness inspired my interest in the digestive field, and since then, I've dedicated my life to researching and treating these disorders, mostly through medical nutrition.
Too many of my patients come in and tell me about how they carefully choose everything they eat with the paranoia of a soldier navigating through a minefield. They know that if they take a bite of the wrong thing, no matter how good it tastes, the rest of their day will be a nightmare of gas, bloating, cramps and constant indigestion.
I've had patients come in and tell me that they've tried everything, from fiber to fish oil, special blends of tea, prescription medications, herbal remedies, and probiotics. They've even tried extremely strict diets that only work for a short while before the symptoms creep back in.The problem is, most people don't know the major causes, or triggers, of these symptoms. But the truth is, these triggers hide in plain sight, and today I'm going to share them with you.Surprisingly, it's not just about your genetics, or how much you exercise, or even about how many vitamins you're taking.Go back to video
It's much simpler than that, and easy to fix. In the next few minutes, I'll be explaining:Why common health foods that you probably eat on a regular basis may actually be bad for you.
How stress can be both the cause and the result of many conditions that are tied to your digestive health.
Why the antibiotics found in your medicine cabinet and hidden in your food may actually be hurting you. When you take advantage of this solution, you'll finally be able to eat the foods you enjoy, without having to worry about paying the price later.
In fact, many of my patients have been able to say goodbye to almost every digestive problem they've had. During this video, I'll explain how fixing these issues can also solve dozens of other health concerns.Go back to video
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